Ache Wood

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Common Names
Ache Wood, Aic Tru (Waejir)
Classification
Shrub
Description
A woody shrub of Western Anexea, which grows in nearly any climate. It it names for the pain relieving qualities of the inner bark.

Ecology

Rarity
Very Common
Distribution
Found throughout Western Annexea from Tropical to Sub-arctic latitudes. Ache wood grows best in temperate zones with good soil and moderate precipitation.
Life Cycle

Related Species

Uses

Cultivation
Ache wood is common enough that it is not specifically cultivated.
Culinary
Medicinal
  • Antinauseant and Analgesic - The inner bark of this plant can be boiled into syrup useful for treating nausea, and as a topical analgesic for mouth ailments or joint and muscle pain.
Other

History

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